Hi friends. This weeks Monday Mood board over at Stamp Away With Me is gorgeous. I was inspired by the lace, pink and touch of gold. My sentiment from Wplus9's Very Vintage Greetings is embossed in gold. Here is the board.
My next card is for Muse Challenge #6 and also Simon Says Stamp and Show.
I absolutely LOVE Deanna's card. I especially love the doodling around the sentiment and I just had to do that on my card too. Instead of flowers I decided to use circles and pop them up. For the Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge we were to use a stamp that we love but don't use or neglect. I love circle circus. I just had to have it and there it sits on my shelf. :)
Here is the very talented Deanna's card.
Thank you for the inspiration Deanna!
Thank you for visiting and have a great day!
Thank you card
Cardstock: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink
Ink: Versamark, Whisper White
Stamps: Very Vintage Greetings (Wplus9)
Accessories: Delicate Designs Embossing folders, Large scallop edgelit, Quilt cuts die (Wplus9), button embosslit, baker's twine
Cardstock: Whisper White
Ink: Lucky Limeade, Primrose Petals, Calypso Coral, Raspberry Ripple, Memento Black
Stamps: Circle Circus, Creative Elements, Sincere Salutations
Accessories: Black marker, Black sharpie to color pearls
Three stunning cards! I love the texture on the first one and the last two are fabulous CASEs of Deanna's cards. I absolutely love the colors!ReplyDelete
Very pretty cards!ReplyDelete
Your cards are awesome! I love the first one - so soft and feminine. And the other 2 are great CASEs - love the stamp choices!ReplyDelete
Your cards are fabulous...love the colors and how you were inspired by the MUSE card. The doodling is so cute;)
Both your cards for the MUSE challenge are super, but it's the circles that really caught my eye! Fab!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Kristie! Especially love the Creative Elements birthday card and that fabulous doodling that looks like a purchased stamp and not just doodling! Beautiful all!!ReplyDelete
great take on the case card!ReplyDelete
Wow. What wonderful cards. Love how you have used the circles instead of flowers, it looks fabReplyDelete
Love them all, especially the first Muse card! I love how you added all those circles to the flowers and the second card with all those leaves behind the flowers is a beautiful effect! :)ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous, Kristie, all three! Fabulous texture on the first, love the circles on the second and the dimension you've created on the third is amazing! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Geez, Kristie, these are all George S.!!! Did you enter your circle one in CASology, too? I'm not seeing it listed here, but I hope so.ReplyDelete
Not one but three wonderful cards. I especially love the embossing on the pink strip on the first card. It is absolutely gorgeous.ReplyDelete
This is such a beautiful card!! I love it.I love the pink embossing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. Great job with the doodle frames!ReplyDelete
Terrific cards! Great use of the MUSE card!ReplyDelete
All three are just great. I especially like your hand drawn frames, and the two different takes you did on the Muse card. I am intrigued by that circle stamp set--yours is the second card I've seen this week with that set. And, your flowers are just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Wow, you are so talented. I love all of your cards but the one with the lace is so beautiful and elegant.ReplyDelete
Kristie, what can I say but AMAZING! I adore al your cards, they are all gorgeous! (The one with the circles would also be a great entry at CASology this week, too!) I'm just counting the days until some stamp company grabs you up for their design team...you are SO talented!ReplyDelete
This is stunning! Thanks so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show this week! - Ashli :)ReplyDelete
absolutely fabulous cards!!! love your doodling, excellent :) xReplyDelete
Oh my!!! Your cards are stunning!! I love both of the muse ones! Such a beautiful interpretation!!ReplyDelete
Great cards both Kristie. Especially love the Muse inspired one...those stamps are gorgeousReplyDelete
Gorgeous (no surprise!).ReplyDelete
There's a lot of lovely happening here! Love your takes on Deanna's card and the first card is very elegant with the embossed pink paper and gold sentiment.ReplyDelete